Sit Means Sit Dog Training

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3833 N Kilbourn Ave
Chicago, IL 60641
(312) 618-9663

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Daycare, Boarding & Kennels, Training & Obedience

www.chicagok9.com

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Webcams installed:  NoSmall dog area:  Yes
Puppy area:  YesTransportation & pick up:  Yes
Outdoor play area:  YesDog training available:  Yes
Veterinary supervision:  YesPrivate boarding:  Yes
Play area available:  YesOutdoor area available:  Yes
24 hour supervised care:  YesVeterinary supervision:  Yes
Vaccine restrictions:  YesCertified by Pet Care Services Association:  No
Dog supplies:  YesCat supplies:  No
Fish supplies:  NoCritter supplies:  No
Raw food:  NoOrganic food:  No
Holistic foods & treatments:  NoFashion & accessories:  No
Self-service pet wash:  NoLow-cost vaccinations:  No
Training classes:  YesPetID tags:  No

Frequency of walks:Big yard
Rooms vs kennels:In home boarding
Frequency of walks:Big backyard
Age restriction:None

“Darrel Hager, Head Dog Trainer at Sit Means Sit Dog training is truely gifted with dog training. He passionately loves dogs and the training process. He's constantly looking for newer and better ways to train dogs and he's constantly coming up with something new. He's got amazing dogs and he offers a free in home demonstration for new dogs. Check out samples of his work on YouTube or on his website, www.chicagok9.com”

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5edited: May 8th, 2010

Best Dog Trainer in Chicago


Darrel is AMAZING! I can run 3 miles in the city of Chicago with my 2 dogs in a heel position off-leash! I used to run with my 2 dogs pulling me the entire 3 miles. Now I have off-leash control of them and I have a break command which means they can run freely. I confidently can call them back now regardless of the distractions which is great because before if Bear ever got off leash and saw a bunny, he would take off. I love the new freedom that my dogs have and I love how reliable they are now. Everyone compliments on how well behaved they are and I couldn't be more proud:)

posted: May 8th, 2010

 

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